Add Woopra to WordPress.com

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  • #207542

    lorelle
    Member

    I’ve been hit by a lot of requests by WordPress.com bloggers to add Woopra to WordPress.com blogs. They need to be directed here or to WordPress Ideas. Woopra was debuted at WordCamp Dallas and is a live blog traffic and statistics computer program with a ton of neat features for tracking “live” exactly what is happening on your blog right now. I’ve just been told that over 5,000 WordPress.com bloggers have signed up for an invitation but they can’t receive one because WordPress.com won’t allow Javascripts on the free blogs.

    Like all things we may want, if there is enough interest, Automattic may consider adding it. So if you would like to have Woopra, let them know. I’ve added an Idea on adding Woopra to WordPress.com if you would like to have your voice heard, or you can comment here.

    #207728

    raincoaster
    Member

    Woopra needs to change their front page. “Works perfectly on all websites” is not, in fact, the case. No wonder people are getting het up.

    But wow, does that look good.

    #207735

    gamehq
    Member

    Wow Woopra looks amazing it would be really great if the WP.com staff would approve this
    site to work with are WP.com blogs :)

    #207802

    unjustly
    Member

    Having woopra on wp.com blogs would be fantastic…i think it would be another great step at cementing the awesome lead you guys have over other blogging engines.

    #208020

    lorelle
    Member

    Woopra does work on all websites, and it would work on WordPress.com if Javascript was enabled on the blog service. It’s no fault of Woopra’s that WordPress.com has restricted Javascript. We’re just waiting to see how many think this is worthy of inclusion in WordPress.com blogs. If they say yeah and give us an embeddable code, like they do with other features, then would be a great feature that WordPress.com bloggers could enjoy.

    #208030

    songsinblue
    Member

    This would be SO awesome!!! Please Please ADD!

    #208031

    Yes I checked it out a few days ago. We can’t use it here due to the code restrictions. It’s cool az!

    Please?

    #208032

    raincoaster
    Member

    I have to disagree: WordPress.com blogs are websites. Woopra doesn’t work on them. Therefore, Woopra doesn’t work on all websites. I’m not trying to get in anybody’s face, but I’m really not looking forward to dealing with “but it says it WORKS” threads in the forum. It doesn’t. They need to change that.

    #208033

    please adddd …i dont know abt the technical problems but it would be awesome if u guys did it thanks :)

    #208040

    oloril
    Member

    I think woopra would be a nice add to wordpress.com . It’s just as simple as that:)

    #208041

    lazyaussie
    Member

    Anyone with any kind of traffic volume will love it. better than watching tv.

    #208042

    bshrum
    Member

    Please add this service to WordPress

    #208049

    sillylins
    Member

    Please, please, please!!! I would love to have the capability to have woopra or google analytics. Anything that can tell me more about my visitors would be much appreciated!!!

    #208050

    mfseminars
    Member

    absolutely add!! i get the whole “be careful about java” stuff but there are so many good tools – we used to use http://www.visastat.com on our old sites and we love the wordpress service but we just can’t get enough visitor traffic. The basic google analytics aren’t as powerful.

    #208051

    kittyknox
    Member

    this would be a great idea, it looks good and would love to have it

    #208052

    saresipiper
    Member

    I would just love to use Woopra on wp.com !

    #208053

    tammyheff
    Member

    Please add Woopra!

    #208054

    vivianpaige
    Member

    Add me to the list. Woopra, please!

    #208055

    teck07
    Member

    Please add Woopra,!!!! =)

    ~Teck~

    #208056

    rican
    Member

    I would love to use Woopra with my WordPress.com blog. Please add Woopra

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